I thought virologists were supposed to keep us safe from viruses. But instead, they mandated a lockdown that did great harm to the immune systems of the people they proclaimed to be helping. The aftermath of these “necessary” lockdowns has left children suffering from as many as three viruses simultaneously.
God created man to tend the earth and animals, which means we’re meant to be outside; Not locked up in front of screens all day. We’re social creatures, which means we’re not supposed to social distance ourselves from healthy individuals as we did in almost all of 2020 & 2021.
Now there are children who are bearing the affliction of these cruel lockdowns measures. The damage has already been done, but don’t let them harm children anymore! They know what they did was wrong so before taking any more advice from them, do your research!
From NYP: Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital in Connecticut has reported staggering numbers of young patients with cases of the adenovirus, rhinovirus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), human metapneumovirus, influenza, and parainfluenza — in addition to COVID-19, the Washington Post reported.
Some children were admitted with two viruses and a few with three simultaneously, according to Thomas Murray, an infection control expert and associate professor of pediatrics at Yale.
“That’s not typical for any time of year and certainly not typical in May and June,” Murray told the Washington Post.
An uptick in cases of the flu and severe colds throughout the winter months is expected, but experts say the warm summer months aren’t seeing the same downturn in illnesses as previous years.
While data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows lower overall levels of influenza infections among young children, there has been a significant increase within the last few weeks, despite warmer weather.
Medics believe this could be a direct result of the strict pandemic regulations the world lived through in 2020 and 2021 — because we haven’t had a chance to build immunity to common viruses through exposure.
“All of these decisions have consequences,” Murray told the Washington Post.
“It’s a massive natural experiment,” added Michael Mina, an epidemiologist and chief science officer at the digital health platform eMed.